A People’s Atlas of Detroit, which I co-edited with Linda Campbell, Andy Newman and Sara Safransky, is out! Check out the recent review in Antipode.

I’m currently only taking on small-scale print cartography projects (like book illustrations) as side projects. If you’re an author looking for a locator map for your book or an illustration, get in touch with me directly!

I no longer have capacity to take on larger GIS analysis, community mapping or co-design projects; however if you’re considering something I’d be happy to chat and share learnings and advice. My former workplace Research Action Design also continues to work with communities to co-design data and technologies, and do research which facilitates social change, and you can get get in touch with them via the RAD website!



  • M.A. Geography, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2012)
    My thesis, Alternative Cartographies Building Collective Power, explored the possibilities for map-making as a process to build community and strengthen social movements.
  • M.A. Mathematics, Duke University (2009)
  • B.S. Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2006)